Here are some more pictures of the deepwater acros. Enjoy -Eddie.
This a closer shot of an Acropora Granulosa. Steve Tyree's Purple Monster and my Purple Monster is probably a variant of this species. Another similar coral people get confused is the loripes, which has more corallites and more polyps.
A couple of nice Suharsonoi's. When they have color, it is typically yellow to green, unless they are brown (and most are). Some rare specimens that have a sky blue color also exists, but are extremely rare.
Sorry for the blurry picture again. I just wanted to show you guys the edge color of these deepwater gems. They are light blue to purple. One day I will culture these. The problem is that they must be grown at deep depths, otherwise they bleach.
Here's another shot of that crazy stag along with a carolinia (on the right) and a plana up at the top.
And here is me, carefully selecting for color, species, and size for export. I know I know, it is a dirty job. But heck someone has to do it ha! ha!!.
great site! it's nice to see this part of the hobby that is rarely discussed and covered online.
Thanks e&f, there is a lot going on behind the scenes and I hope to share the info with fellow reefers.
word travels fast! hope you don't mind the additional traffic.
Looking forward to future posts. We'll be adding you to our links section.
That is cool glassbox, I like the traffic. It makes me feel like people are interested in what I'm doing. Do you have a blog too or what is name of your site?
yes we do, i believe if you click on "glassbox" here in the comments it will take you there, but if not it's
Very nice site. You got some great info on there. I will put your site as a link on my favorites!
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